Former Los Angeles
Howard, now in his second year with the
The Moorish-inspired residence, built in 2008, occupies more than seven acres on Rice Lake with a large motor court, tropical landscaping, an entertainer’s patio with a fireplace, an outdoor kitchen and a pool with a lazy river, water slide and waterfalls.
Through an arched entry, the home opens to a gallery filled with detailed columns and rib-vault ceilings. The Gothic motif is furthered inside with pointed archways, custom built-ins and a host of resplendent appointments.
Among the more impressive amenities are a chef’s kitchen with a separate food-prep area, a massive family room with a two-sided fireplace, a temperature-controlled wine room and a movie theater with stadium seating.
The master suite includes a generous walk-in closet, a soaking tub and a private entrance to an adjacent office. In all, the 11,025 square feet of living space counts 12 rooms, five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two half-baths.
Howard, 28, spent the 2012-13 season with the Lakers after being acquired from the